Discussion in 'Panasonic Cameras' started by Iansky, Sep 12, 2012.
Grabbed these two shots last weekend in town with the GX1.
No 1 is an interesting shot but I can't work out what the man is doing.
No 2 is a cracker! Gloucester Cathedral? I've never been there but the thread title is "Local" and you are listed as based in the Cotswolds.
I love your processing - plenty of contrast and a full range of tones. I wish I could get my B&W work looking like this!
Gloucester Cathedral is not situated on a street, and its tower has no clock.
Nice shots. Bit big on my screen, I have to scroll.
Old man doing execution shooting by the looks of it.
The man in the first photo is actually passing a letter to someone in a car but I wanted to crop the car out as it dated the photo.
I do use Silver Efex pro for converting my images to B&W as for me it is the best B&W conversion software on the market (personal choice).
The street shot is in Cirencester marketplace.
Thanks Ian, Cirencester looks an interesting place and if that is "just" a church it sure is an impressive one!
I did trial Silver Efex a while back and was impressed, but never prioritised it's purchase (so many other things on which to spend so little money!) Maybe I should get it sooner rather than later - not that it will give me results like you get, of course, but it seems like a good starting point.
Very nice! I completely agree about the NIK software.
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